Our Sponsors have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to Spirit Fire efforts to provide safe and trauma-informed ways to include survivors of clergy abuse, as well as survivors' loved ones, in the dialogue to promote healing and hope in the Church.
Learn how you can be a sponsor, too, below.
Emergent Ventures is a fellowship and grant program from the Mercatus Center (George Mason University), funded by the Peter Thiel Foundation, which seeks to support entrepreneurs and brilliant minds with highly scalable, “zero to one” ideas for meaningfully improving society.
The Catholic Project of the Catholic University seeks renewal and healing in the Church through education and formation, by deepening understanding through research, and via events, conferences, and media initiatives, to promote collaboration and genuine dialogue.
Through funds from principals and friends, Spirit Fire maintains its independence as a restorative justice initiative, facilitating at the grassroots many cross-disciplinary collaborations that include survivor truth and wisdom to help the Church heal as a family.
VIRTUS best practices programs include renowned training in protecting minors and vulnerable adults. They are designed to help prevent wrongdoing and to promote "right-doing" within religious organizations seeking to provide safe environments for all.
You are welcome to be a sponsor, too.
Your gift will support more event and resource development, tech software and security, post-production video, and other unexpected costs incurred due to the pandemic.
Spirit Fire is not a nonprofit organization at this time. Your gift will not be tax-deductible. However your support is welcome.
A gift of $10, $25, $50 is a significant generosity. Whatever you can afford, please offer no more in these difficult times.
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